Shakespeare App for the iPad

It costs $15, so I won’t be downloading t.


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YouTube Capture App

I just found out about this free app, which is available for the iPhone and iPad. You will need a YouTube account to use it. Open the app and allow it to access your YouTube account. Shoot your video, trim it if you wish, and upload it to YouTube. It’s that simple. In about 15 minutes you will receive an email in Gmail telling you that your video has been uploaded. You can read about it here:

iPads, Hotels, and Learning

In some situations the old analog methods still work best. I have tried several drawing and painting apps for the iPad, but I can draw much better with a pencil. For a work I want to look really good I make a drawing and ink it. I scan it and open it in Photoshop and clean up all the lines. Finally, I paint it in Photoshop. I had much rather paint in Photoshop than have to use real oil paints, or work in some other medium such as acrylics. I can make a Photoshop piece of art work look just like an oil painting if I want to.


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TotalReader Pro

TotalReader Pro is a digital reader for iPhones and iPads. It costs $4.99, but it was free the day I downloaded it. It reads books and documents in all the common formats, such as .docx, .epub, .rtf., .doc, .ppt., .pptx, and many more. I have tried it and it works well, better than the other e Readers I have on my iPad. You can read about it here: